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Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 3, 1997
send q lockups bischof_s

from: Greg Goebel / HP-MXD
      gvg@lvld.hp.com / 970-679-2305 / FAX 970-679-5971
      website:  http://hpislsup.lvld.hp.com
to:   Stan Bischofs
date: Tuesday, 04 November 1997 1429 MST

>> Otherwise you could try to rename the cfg23232.dll file to something like,
>> c.dll.
>
> Well, that doesn't do it either! (still locks up).
>
> presumably then the other DLL's are for other interfaces and I can
> by process of elimination find out which one locks the system?

The lab guy concurs.  The different files all start with "cfg".  Please let
us know how this works.

> Stan
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Stan Bischof   Hewlett Packard Company   707-577-3994  stanb@sr.hp.com
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Please stay in touch.

[<>] regards -- gvg

From: Greg Goebel <gvg@hpislsup.lvld.hp.com>
Subject: Re: Re[6]: SICL lockup in NT4?
To: stanb@hpnmrsb2.sr.hp.com (Stan Bischof)
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 97 15:05:36 MST

>
> Hi Greg
>
> Did some fiddling and found that all the DLL's were OK _except_ for
> cfg34132.dll (for the HP HPIB cards). WIth this one in place I/O config
> locks up. Without it all is OK.
>
> Since this is an Omnibook and hence isn't supported by HP (are we ever
> going to support laptops???) it looks like my best workaround is to

Eh?  We never claimed that SICL didn't work on a laptop.  Now PCMCIA support
is another issue ... we're working on that one.

> comment out this DLL. Not a very comfortable fix but what the heck- it works!

Hmm, have to tag this one in the books ...

> thanks for the hints
> Stan
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Stan Bischof   Hewlett Packard Company   707-577-3994  stanb@sr.hp.com
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>


From: Greg Goebel <gvg@hpislsup.lvld.hp.com>
Subject: Re: Re[8]: SICL lockup in NT4?
To: stanb@hpnmrsb2.sr.hp.com (Stan Bischof)
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 97 15:35:20 MST

> What I meant is that we (HP) offer no I/O solutions for portables, and
> thus I need to rely on 3rd party vendors.
>
> But it sounds like PCMCIA is coming? That would be great. How soon?

I-phase right now ... gvg


From: Greg Goebel <gvg@hpislsup.lvld.hp.com>
Subject: Re: Re[10]: SICL lockup in NT4?
To: stanb@hpnmrsb2.sr.hp.com (Stan Bischof)
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 97 15:39:10 MST

>
> Greg Goebel <gvg@hpislsup.lvld.hp.com> wrote:
> > > What I meant is that we (HP) offer no I/O solutions for portables, and
> > > thus I need to rely on 3rd party vendors.
> > >
> > > But it sounds like PCMCIA is coming? That would be great. How soon?
> >
> > I-phase right now ... gvg
> >
>
> Great- I'd be very glad to be an early tester!

Hang on, we're still trying to get the PCI card out the door.

> Stan
> PS HPIB only or other solutions also?

We seem to be really reluctant to jump into using PC I/O cards for
data-acqusition.  So it's HPIB only right now.

[<>] regards -- gvg

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